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Top 15 Personaility traits

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Charles Herndon

on 29 May 2014

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Transcript of Top 15 Personaility traits

Ambition is what makes a company innovative, it’s what spawns creative ideas and what generates candor and openness amongst employees.
A good employee is honest about his/her work and qualifications. Self criticism and willing to receive feedback (bad as good) is essential to become a good learner.
Employees who have the ability to communicate well and express themselves in a clear manner, whether in writing or speaking.
good attitude
Attitude – The capacity to stay optimistic and positive. The #1 quality for career success
an employee who can get the job done without extensive hand-holding. As the owner of the company
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Intelligence is not the only thing, but it’s a strong foundation for success. While there are many variables you can be flexible on when hiring, intelligence is a must or you’re going to be spending an abundance of time proofing work, micromanaging and dealing with heightened stress levels.
employees who take action and take chances. While chances may lead to failure, they will more often lead to success
Display leadership
Do you see this individual being a significant part of your company and leading future employees of the firm?
Team Player
Many companies consist of teams. Any company requires an effective team effort. An employer who can contribute is an ideal worker.
Disciplined and punctual
Every boss loves a punctual, disciplined and conscientious employee. Time is money. Coming late to office, taking unnecessary breaks, procrastinating and leaving earlier than the usual hours cost money to the company.
Avoid gossip
The person should always remember that she came to the office to work, to make a career. Do not spread office gossip or rumors. Respect the privacy of the co workers
Character is the virtue of knowing right from wrong, turning from the wrong and doing what is right, even in the face of pressures and temptations. It is being honest and upright in everything you do. Sadly, good character is rapidly disappearing.
Many years ago, I heard an instructor advise his students to “always increase the value of the real-estate.” He was not talking about land, property homes or buildings, but about the value of each individual as an employee.
Nothing aggravates an employer more than a worker who does not carry out instructions. As a result, a company misses crucial deadlines, makes mistakes and produces faulty products, which result in unhappy customers
On the job, individuals with positive attitudes are usually well-liked by their co-workers, who find them easy to get along with.
Here are two types of employees—those who wait to be told what to do and those who take initiative in finding innovative ways to be productive for the benefit of their employer.
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